So the strangest thing happened this week. Well, for me it’s strange because I am so used to killing plants! To give a little back story, my husband is very gifted with caring for plants and loves his house plants. Last year during the pandemic, I decided to get in on the fun and startContinue reading “The Fear of Failure: Making Change Work for You”
It’s no surprise that this is a question that often comes up for women with PCOS, however, the answer isn’t exactly cut and dry. A lot of women who suffer from PCOS also suffer from other comorbid issues, a number of which mimic symptoms of autoimmune diseases. What is an autoimmune disease? According to WebMD,Continue reading “Is PCOS An Autoimmune Disease?”
Book Review: It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How To End The Cycle
If you are a follower of my blog, you probably have read my post on Epigenetics and how they can play a role in your health and healing journey. When I first started diving into the role of Epigenetics, it was important to me to read about it from someone who was an expert. InContinue reading “Book Review: It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How To End The Cycle”
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links which means that if you purchase an item from one of the links in this post, I might receive a very small commission at absolutely NO extra cost to you. Stress and PCOS are as cyclical as a Ferris Wheel at a carnival. Most of the time, we haveContinue reading “How Stress Affects PCOS and What You Can Do About It”
My sister’s baby shower was this past weekend, which means lots of emotions and plenty of junk food. I rarely get to see her anymore since she is a marine currently stationed in Beaufort, SC. When she comes into town, we like to try to visit our old haunts if we have time, but atContinue reading “How To Reset After a Long Weekend”
This recipe is perfect for sustaining nutrients while also trying to slim down. When I modeled, I would eat this for two days leading up to a runway show and drink lots of water. This is not intended for long-term use, but is great when needed a little gut reset and if you struggle withContinue reading “Clear Soup with Mushroom Noodles”
A favorite dinner in the Holly House is Lo Mein, but it is not very diet friendly for the diet my hubby and I follow. This recipe is adapted from multiple different Lo Mein recipes and customized to how my husband and I like it, so feel free to change to your taste. Ingredients: TwoContinue reading “Lowish Carb Lo Mein”
One of my summer favorite’s for dinner is shrimp scampi! My first memory of angel hair pasta was when my mom made us shrimp scampi for the first time. As an adult, I have had to get creative with how to make recipes low carb because my metabolism is NOTHING like it used to be!Continue reading “Low Carb Shrimp Scampi”
One of my favorite recipes from the days when I used to model was this spaghetti squash pizza bake! It take a little prep time, but it’s a really easy, two-dish recipe that comes together deliciously and is fully customizable. Ingredients: 2 Medium to Large Spaghetti Squash Dash of Oregano Dash of Parsley Dash ofContinue reading “Spaghetti Squash Pizza Bake”
Have you ever taken the time to think about how the trauma that your family has experienced over the generations might be related to the health concerns that you have? Did you know that generational trauma can be passed down to you through DNA? What is Epigenetics? Over the past month or so, I haveContinue reading “Why You NEED To Dig Into Your Epigenetics Tonight”
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